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FOLK ROCK | The Felice Brothers 

The Felice Brothers has come a long way from playing subway stops in New York. At times, the band will bring Bob Dylan-style folk to mind, summoning up vintage folk sounds with ease. But once they go electric, and you listen to the lyrics, you realize any Dylan sounds are merely a façade. The lyrics are odd, hilarious, and bordering on inappropriate at times ("Cherry Licorice" is all three). The folk is great, but the group really shines with its more bizarre material, a lot of which can be found on its 2014 release "Favorite Waitress."

The Felice Brothers play with Spirit Family Reunion on Thursday, February 12, at The Club at Water Street, 204 North Water Street. $14-$17.;


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